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Here is a move to standardize the Haitian Creole language. The project was a collaboration between Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Linguistics Professor Michel DeGraff and Mandaly Louis-Charles.
Creole Alphabet Songs New Technology Teaching Tool
Haitians, whose native language is Creole, can now learn the alphabet in the same language. Massachusetts Institute of Technology has developed an app for the Creole alphabet in the form of songs for young children.
The educational alphabet videos will be produced for viewing on YouTube and Vimeo. The videos are open source technology, meaning they are free to use.
Other outlets for viewing and downloading include iTunes, Amazon.com, Google Play, CDBaby.com, and at http:www.sweetcoconuts.blogspot.com.
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